Harris Wins $49M Marine Corps First Responder Radios IDIQ

Harris Corp. (NYSE: HRS) won a $49 million U.S. Marine Corps contract to provide land mobile radios, the company announced Monday.

The Marines will be able to purchase Unity XG-100P and Unity XG-100M radios over a five-year period for its enterprise land mobile radio program.

The Melbourne, Fla.-based contractor said first responders including police, fire departments and emergency medical services will use the radios at Marine facilities worldwide.

The radio family operates on bands including very high frequency, ultra high frequency and bands between 700 and 800 megahertz.

The radios also have a GPS receiver and have noise-suppression technology, according to Harris.

The company supports the Marines with its manpack radio line as well.

In March, the company won $64 million on to provide the military associated equipment to complete radio systems modernization.

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